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Henry Robinson Hall

Henry Robinson Hall (1859–1927) was a Victorian and Edwardian landscape painter in oils and watercolours noted for his Highland cattle.


Hall was born to Eliza Robinson in the City of York in 1859 and died on 31 May 1927 at Barrow-in-Furness. He lived in the City of York, Elswick, Blackpool, Woodland, Coniston and Barrow-in-Furness. He is buried in the yard of St. Andrews parish church at Coniston.

Hall was a painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1903[1] and was a fellow of the North British Academy of Arts.[2]

Hall's known works include:

  • A Cattle Raid in the Highlands (1890).[3]
  • The Home of the Golden Eagle (nd).[4]
  • Drover with Cows by Lake Buttermere Evening (nd).[5]
  • The Dying Stag (1896).
  • Highland Cattle Loch Lomond (nd).
  • Highland Cattle above Loch Maree (nd). [6]
  • The Young Falconer (nd). [7]
  • Highland Cattle (nd). [8]
  • Denizen of the Highlands (nd). [9]
  • The Ghyll, Coniston, Cumbria (nd). [10]
  • Coniston Lake from Lake Bank (nd). [11]


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